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Self-Leadership and Personal Resilience in Health and Social Care
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Self-Leadership and Personal Resilience in Health and Social Care



March 2015 | 200 pages | Learning Matters

This is essential reading for professionals making judgements under pressure. It demonstrates how self-leadership is not only about surviving but thriving in a continually changing environment and introduces key theories, skills and debates to help professionals deliver high quality professional practice every day. The book focuses in on the quality of professional thinking, self- and social awareness, self-regulation and self-management, and the fundamentals of sustained resilience.


 
Leadership theories
 
What is self-leadership?
 
The foundations of self-leadership
 
What determines state of mind
 
Self-leadership - neuroscience implications
 
Self-leadership and resilience a key to appropriate professional judgement under pressure

My students have found this text both challenging and instructive

Mr Timothy Wallis
Health , University Campus Oldham
August 9, 2016

I had intended this text to be one for my final year students, however as I worked my way through it it became clear that it was one all years could gain from looking at.

Mr Timothy Wallis
Health, University Campus Oldham
September 30, 2015

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